The faceless dolls project is well underway in Kenora. Participants at the Native Women's Association have made about 400 so far, in memory of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
The group has a goal of making 4,000, as part of the nation-wide movement. In 2012, the Native Women's Association of Canada launched the initiative in partnership with the Status of Women Canada.
About 600 faceless dolls were originally made, with a story to go with each of them. A touring exhibit was created, in memory of those who had gone missing or were murdered.
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